Community Education Council

Parents say school rezoning puts kids in danger
Parents say school rezoning puts kids in danger
Education & Kids Liam La Guerre 9/16/2013 at 3:09PM

Parents say a District 24 rezoning proposal has crossed the lines. The Division of Portfolio Planning in the city’s education department presented a rezoning draft, which targets overcrowding, at the Community Education Council (CEC) D24 meeting at P.S. 305 on September 12. But following an incident in which an SUV jumped the curb on Grand [...]

Parents vote down school ‘Choice’ in District 27
News Melissa Chan 2/29/2012 at 5:06PM

A unanimous vote overwhelmingly turned down one city proposal that would switch up the middle school enrollment process within District 27. Following a 7-0 vote, board members of the district’s Community Education Council (CEC) defeated the city Department of Education’s (DOE) “Middle School Choice” plan, which would have allowed students to apply to attend almost [...]

New Woodside school to ease overcrowding
News Michael Pantelidis 2/22/2012 at 9:11AM

The city is using several empty lots to ensure students in one of New York’s most congested school districts don’t get lost in the “crowd.” Due to collaboration between the Department of Education (DOE), School Construction Authority (SCA) and Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer, the city plans to purchase a cluster of land in Woodside to [...]